Maria Albania is a trained Biostatistician experienced in clinical data management. She is keen to ensure that clinicians have adequate data resources and that high-quality data is available in the public health sector. She has extensive experience in data management, statistics and health research including a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and a Masters in Biostatistics. Maria has previously worked for the Cancer Council NSW on research projects focused on skin cancer and prostate cancer. Maria has also spent time in the UK working in research management and governance at the National Institute for Health Research. In 2014 Maria moved her career to the NSW public health sector with previous roles as the Upper Gastrointestinal Surgery Data Manager at Royal North Shore Hospital and the Intensive Care Unit Data and Research Manager at Prince of Wales Hospital.